The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 13, 1946 · Page 4
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4 Diplomacy Oy|ig,3ays Russian STATESMAN... Smart, jfreom* lined square case in natural, pink or white gold with matching wesh extension band. Famous Bulova 21 jewel move- *»enf $71.50 VIOLET... A gem of a ladies watch in o dainty square pink gold case. Bulova precision 17 jewel movement. Make "her", happy with this delightful little timepiece $42.50 JANET "B" . . . Dainty plain tailored case in lovely pink 1 gold finish. A charming iittl* watch to wear, and o fine timepiece with 17 jewel pre- ttsion in the famed Bulova manner $29.75 ARNOLD . . v Good Footing tailored square case in yellow gold finish with smartly; engraved edges. Just the fight gift for the discriminating man. Fine 95* jewel Bulova movement. ..'......,„'...$29.75 Print en Wttctitt ixclvii tbt 20% Ft fast Tax. MARS . .. Mans fine Helbros Original watch in yellow or rose gold finish with stainless durite back. Smart square tailored case and 17 jeweied movement $29.75 CRESSIDA... ladies charming Helbros in rose of yellow gold finished case with tomish-proof durite back. Beautiful link matching bracelet is included with this delightful little watch $33.75 CARVING and DIAMONDS... make this lovely bridal duo a thing of beauty. Large flashing diamond in the perfect setting with matching wedding band, both rings $79.95 TWO BRILLIANT DIAMONDS - . . combined with rich sculpturing in yellow or white gold create o magnificent bridal duo. Each ring has an exquisitely cut'diamond, both rings for just $119 trim m Ring in- ttuJt 20% Sxcut Tax. .DIAMOND SOLITAIRE... shows to brilliant advantage In a setting of classical beauty wrought in rich yellow gold. A gift to last and'be o thing of beauty forever $99.95 MAGNIFICENT SOLITAIRE... a large diamond of great fire and beauty shows to perfect advantage in a very plain setting of dazzling white gold! The last word in glamour and luxury without great expense • •*••»•»••*•••••»••. ^ | &*"• BRILLIANCE for "HIM"... with this handsome plain gold ring massively designed as the per- 'feet setting for the large fiery diamond., .$99.95 SPLENDOR... for'"him" in a big way in this heavy looking, masculine 14 karat gold ring with its large fioshing diamond •••"V ...$175 MINUTE MAN "D"-: >.. Hand-' some pink gold finished square case with engraved'.edge.;Typically masculine; anaVtyp- ical Bulova accuracy, with \7 J Jewels. The ideal Cffrfitmas''' S'ft .$37.50 .. -MOSCOW,,De<v 13. (TIE)—I. Enna- shev,- a" proqggeify - Soviet commentator,", told a ,, Moscow -lecture • hall idlence 'Wednesday , night that -American '-'atomic, diplomacy" was dyfeg'qut because ""the Soviet people and millions -of others understood that it'a ajjcarecrovr." "After 20 months atomic diplomacy ^eems y o*n the decline, although, it hasn't yet disappeared altogether " i Ermaishev said. The Soviet commentator reviewed the results of American atomic experiments afBikini, observing that: /'The significance of atomic armament has been overestimated and the role of the masses underestimated." - "Atomic intimidation seems to lose significance," he said. "The • only hope for peace is in the continued co-operation of the Big Three, which if it was possible so long in Avar, la possiblgnn peace." . Shortage Sharing Aim Is Under Fire 3 MemberS;Accepfed by Shaffer Scouts SHAFTER, Dec. 13.—At the recent Cub Scout pack meeting Jackie Brown, Robert Rodgers and Claude Irwin were accepted as new members, i . The boys of Den 1 entertained the group with_the skit "When Knighthood "Was In Flower," wearing armor and swords which they had made during their den meetings. T, Decv.13. Lines are being drawn for a fight in Congress over the sugar short- agei The issue will center on the Truman administration's policy of sharing sugar produced in the Caribbean area with Europe and Canada. This policy was started early in the war to assure this country's fighting Allies of essential supplies. Now the -war is over and world sugar production is increasing from the low levels to which if dropped during the conflict, many -contend this sharing should he abandoned. On one side are many industrial users, such as candymakers. bakers, soft drink bottlers, and food processors. They—are allowed only 60 per cent, of the quantity they used In 1941. They want wore sugar. Siding with these users are many individual consumers who have grown tried of "being limited to ration levels averaging 25 pounds a> person a year. • I The total per capita supply available this year was about 73 pounds, ' including that rationed" diredtly to consumers and that granted indus- -trial users. This compares with a per capita average of 100 pounds before the war. i A delegation of industrial users ] and distributors told Secretary of Agriculture Clinton P. Anderson re- '• cently at least enough sugar should i be made available to the United ! States in 1947 to re-establish per capita consumption to the prewar level. Government sugar experts say this is impossible if the United States is to live up to its international obligations and is not to play a J'hoggish role." They contend that world production of sugar, while increasing, is not enough to allow all countries to raise consumption to prewar levels. This year, under the sharing program, the United States was allocated 20 per cent o£ the world production, or about the same percentage of the world output it consumed before the war. Other countries similarly were allocated shares In line with then- prewar percentage of consumption. PALM SPRINGS GOES BACK TO INDIANS ffi SAX FRAXCISCO, Dec. IS. (KB Palm Springs, fashionable southern California resort,,lost the use of W-acres of ground today when the Federal;Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the land belonged to the Mission Indian tribe. The court ruled that the land, which includes two acres on which Talm Springs is located, must be given back to the Indians. The decision followed eight years of litigation. The original case was filed by Lee Arenas and other members of the tribe who contended that Hie high priced land near the resort was their property. The Mission Indian Act of 1891 was quoted by the Court of Appeals In arriviiiR at the decision. Pagan Claims P. C. L Given Brush-Off SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 13. (#>— Vice-President Paul I. Fagan of the San Francisco Seals accused major baseball leagues-of"giving the Pacific coast circuit a "brush-off" in the recent Los Angeles meeting and called today for a showdown on coast demands for 1947 major status. "The major leagues base their rating of leagues on ability to pay salaries," he said, "and If that is the case, the coast league now is very close to the majors and far and away better than the American Association and International League." . Fagan asserted She latter two loops each paid only about half the salaries .in .1S46 paid in the coast league, "and on top of our average pay. roll has only .about $SOOO less per team than the major league minimum." Ifyournosefiome- _ timesflllsup with stuffy transient congestion-put a few drops of Va-tro-nol in each Hostrll..It quickly reduces congestion and makes breathing easier in B hurry . .. gives grand relief from sniffly, sneezy, stuffy distress of head colds. Follow directions In the package Children Can Get Santa Clau^Letters DOWNEY, Dec. 13. W)—Children of this community not only can write t£> Santa Claus but get answers from him. Special mail' boxes were set up for letters to Santa. Xearly 700 have been collected. Answers are delivered to .the kids' home by Boy Scouts. -~ It's part of the community Christmas program by the chamber of commerce, service • and women's clubs which will include arrival of Santa Claus in a blimp, December IS, and a farewell party for him Christmas Eve. , GODDESS OF TIME "F" . .. You can'Fhelp but please "her" -"with this beautiful little watch in bright yellow gold, so charmingly, styled With lovely matching bracelet a.nd fine 17 - jewel movement..,, ,$37.50 CATALINA ... Espec?litC'. handsome, masculine square case in yellowJor".rose .gold finish. Largei.-easy-tcWea'd numerals, stainless dyritejback and sturdy lecther*4t«ip. A wonderfu^ChristmasVlt" $24.95 ABOUTATHSRO WHEN YOU BUY; ASPIRIN Tnere's actually about 1/3 saving on "every 35c,, bottle of. 100 St. Joseph Aspirin you buy. There's none faster for relieving headache. Why pay more? St.Joseph ASPIRIN WORLDS LARGEST SEILER AT Man Shoots Self at j Gallery, Witness Dies j LONG BEACH, Dec, 13. UP)— j Within 5 minutes of each other TH!-, liam Sullivan, 59, and Virgil Free- , man, 35, died last night in a hos-1 pital. Police said Sullivan had shot i himself fatally at a target gallery, j Freeman, in a crowd watching the ' gun practice, collapsed from excitement. FOUR FIERY DIAMONDS in a gorgeous bridal duo! Engagement ring has two diamonds flanking the large center.diamond, a.i(d^the beautifully carved matching'-wedding band also has a center diamond, both rings.$129^ CREDIT TERMS WITH FEDERAL Relaxed credit terms with many months to 3!F pay for men's -and ladies' wear, jewelry, furniture, and home appliances, make it "Easy to - Pay the Federal ^ r ay." For a Select Your , FUR COAT FUR NECK PIECE :FUR- TUXEDO FUR COLLAR FUR CUFFS FUR MUFF x FUR HAT FUR TRIMMINGS ~ Where Your Charge Account is Invited at 1823 Chester Avenue LARGE SELECTION OF MEN'S AND WOMEN'S DIAMONDS Nineteenth and K Streets THE EASTERN • 1529 NINETEENTH • BAKERSFIBLD • ?, T i? 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